Academics, researchers and students
If any of the groups or events on this page interest you, the easiest way to get involved is to visit their website,
find out when they are next holding a meeting, and go along. Many of the groups have Twitter accounts that you
can follow or Google Groups you can join if you'd like to join the discussion.
Secondly, please forward the link to Brighton Brains to as many of your friends, fellow students and academic colleagues
as you can. If you're a lecturer, tell all your students to visit the site. Post the link on Facebook and Twitter,
and send it out to your departmental email lists.
Finally, If you know of any other groups that should be on this page, or have any suggestions for any other improvements
to site, please don't hesitate to
Creative and digital community groups
If you run or attend a meetup, event or other community group in Brighton or the surrounding areas that you think
should be on this site, please let us know by
emailing us with the details. Alternatively, you can create an
issue (or, even better, fork the project and create a pull request) on
Please promote Brighton Brains to other group members and ask them to pass it on to any friends that might be interested.
If you have any suggestions for how we could improve the site, please let us know.